A strike was called by the teaching and non-teaching staff of the Delhi University’s Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College against the alleged irregular payment of salaries on Thursday.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Sagar Singh Kalsi said a complaint was received by a 23-year-old Delhi University student stating that he was cheated for Rs 12,250.
The committee, headed by proctor Rajni Abbi, has been told to submit its report by 5pm on Monday.
A commotion erupted at Delhi University on Friday as students attempted to screen the controversial BBC documentary, even as police and the university administration intervened to scuttle the move.
He emphasised the need to absorb ad-hoc teachers in permanent recruitment, as many of them have been teaching in DU colleges for decades and have necessary experience to deal with students.
The condition is worse for teachers in Delhi government colleges who have not received their wages for four months. Nandita Narain, a professor, said,
“We detained 24 people from outside the Arts Faculty for disturbing peace in the area,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi.
“In the earlier years, generous relaxations were given to the students belonging to the SC and ST communities regarding the cut-off marks for securing admission into Delhi University.”
The crunch of funds is so serious that many colleges received disconnection notices from agencies providing civic amenities like water, electricity and telephonic communication.
The student organisation carried out the survey between December 5 and 25 among the 5,635 first-year students across various colleges of North, South and off campuses.
Employees and teachers say that they have not received salary for the last four months due to which it is becoming difficult to run their household.
He further added that in the last couple of years, they also added more Hindi books to Central Library. To promote Hindi at colleges, they also made notable changes in the college campuses.
The last year of the University of Delhi is not only remembered for the 100th anniversary of the university but also for the commendable work it has achieved during that period.
A senior varsity official said this is not new, every year thousands of seats remain vacant in the various courses of the university.
Following this, the candidates can accept the ‘allocated’ seats from 10:00 am on December 30 to 11:59 pm on the same day. December 31 will be the deadline for the online fee payment.
The votes of professors have been excluded from the AC election, while the EC election is open for voting for all teaching staff, said a professor.
Last week, read a squirming headline in the inside pages of the newspapers. It mentioned that the university still had 6000 seats vacant in the under-graduate programmes.
However, the Delhi University Vice-Chancellor on Friday said that the University will continue to follow the existing system approved by the varsity, at least for this year.
According to the police, the accused has links with many agents in India and procures fabricated VI SAS and other travelling documents from his counterparts in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.
The plea came up on Friday before a division bench of Justices A S Gadkari and P D Naik which posted it for hearing on December 13 and directed the National Investigation Agency to file its response.